Squalls Lane, Ansty, Tisbury


  • Quiet Position on Quiet No Through Road
  • Beautiful Countryside Views
  • Sitting Room with Fireplace
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Three Good Sized Bedrooms
  • Generous Garden
  • External Storage Shed
  • Communal Parking
  • EPC: G

Property Summary

Located within a quiet position, benefitting from a generous plot, parking and gardens, along with stunning countryside views. In need of modernisation.

Located within a quiet position on a tucked away no through road is this semi-detached house, situated on a generous plot with stunning countryside views to the front.

The accommodation, which does require modernisation, includes an entrance hall, sitting room with fireplace, kitchen/dining room, downstairs bathroom and three generous sized bedrooms.

Externally there is a storage shed, good sized rear garden, a gravelled area providing space for a couple of vehicles, along with further communal parking at the front.

Accessed off of Yule Hill, Squalls Lane is a quiet dead end road, in which the property is the last of the first set of houses, in a desirable position, with communal parking directly to the front with a further area providing potential for further parking. There is also an access to the side, leading to the back.

The rear of the property can also be access from the back entrance where you step out into the garden, mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by wooden panel fencing. The garden has a lot of potential but would benefit from someone with green fingers.

The village of Ansty is mainly within the Cranborne Chase conservation area, set within the area of outstanding natural beauty. It sits at the centre of beautiful rolling countryside with extensive walking. The village is steeped in history and has the beautiful 13th century St James Church and the Ansty Maypole one of the tallest in the country, that could well have been in existence since Saxon times; where May Day has been celebrated virtually every year.

Ansty village is located 2 miles south of the larger village of Tisbury which has an excellent range of facilities; 7 miles north-east of Shaftesbury (Dorset) and 14 miles south west of the cathedral city of Salisbury. The area is well known for the excellent Chalke Valley History Festival, and exhibitions at Messums Wiltshire (Tisbury), Hauser & Wirth (Bruton) and Hatch House Ballet. There are a number of good local public houses nearby with the Royal Oak at Swallowcliffe. There are many excellent state and independent schools within easy reach.

Trains: Tisbury (London Waterloo 1hr 45mins), Tisbury (Exeter St Davids 1hr 36mins).

The property is connected mains water, electricity and drainage. There is a fireplace in the sitting room, which currently is the only source of heating.

Wiltshire Council Tax Band C.


Strictly by appointment, only with Boatwrights.
01747 859 359.

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